A spokesperson for the British royal family have dismissed reports Prince Harry would quit the army if banned from serving in Iraq. It was suggested the young royal would leave the British armed forces if he was not allowed to serve in the country, but his London residence Clarence House have called the claims "too extreme". The reports come after reports senior army officials become increasingly worried that insurgents would target the young prince if he served on the frontline. Sky News defence correspondent Geoff Meade insists it's "inconceivable Harry will not go", but it's claimed he will not serve all of the six month tour.